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ID Technology ci3000 Series Industrial InkJet Printers

ID Technology ci3000 Series Industrial InkJet Printers

ID Technology

Built on the success of the proven Citronix design, The new ID Technology ci3000 Series Industrial InkJet Printers bring a new level of Simplicity, Reliability, Capability and Value.

Hughes Enterprises

Made in the USA, The ci3000 Series systems include four models (plus special versions for pigment inks and a micro high speed version) with a wide variety of configurations to meet local and global needs. Choose models from entry level to high speed, 1-5 lines of text, graphics and barcodes including 2D Datamatrix.

  • Choose models from 1 to 5 lines of print. Specialty inks are available for food, security and other industry applications.
  • 6,000 hours (or 12 months) before routine service
  • Redesigned fluidics, with larger ink bottles, larger tanks, better viscosity control and integrated manifold
  • Enhanced print quality, with PrecisionPlus drop control
  • High speed printing. Up to 25% faster than the previous model
  • SmartFlush Automated printhead flush procedure during shutdown ensures reliable, clean start ups
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Hughes Enterprises offers 24/7 on-site maintenance and support services, so you never have to wonder who to call when downtime strikes. Whether you’re looking for installation assistance, routine maintenance or emergency support, reach out to discuss your needs with a factory certified support technician.

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